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Skills available for British Columbia grade 11 math curriculum

IXL's grade 11 skills will be aligned to the British Columbia Learning Outcomes soon! Until then, you can view a complete list of grade 11 objectives below.

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11.A Students demonstrate an understanding of and proficiency with calculations, including making decisions concerning which arithmetic operation or operations to use to solve a problem and then solve the problem.

  • 11.A1 solve consumer problems, including

    • 11.A1.1 wages earned in various situations

    • 11.A1.2 property taxation

    • 11.A1.3 exchange rates

    • 11.A1.4 unit prices

  • 11.A2 reconcile financial statements, including

    • 11.A2.1 chequebooks with bank statements

    • 11.A2.2 cash register tallies with daily receipts

  • 11.A3 solve budget problems using graphs and tables to communicate solutions

  • 11.A4 solve investment and credit problems involving simple and compound interest

11.B Students represent algebraic expressions in multiple ways and use algebraic and graphical models to generalize patterns, make predictions, and solve problems.

  • 11.B1 graph linear inequalities, in two variables

  • 11.B2 solve systems of linear equations, in two variables:

    • 11.B2.1 algebraically (elimination and substitution)

    • 11.B2.2 graphically

  • 11.B3 solve nonlinear equations (i.e., quadratic and exponential), using a graphing calculator

  • 11.B4 solve systems of linear inequalities, in two variables, using a graphing calculator

  • 11.B5 use systems of linear inequalities, in two variables, to model and solve problems

  • 11.B6 use nonlinear systems of equations (i.e., linear/quadratic and linear/exponential), in two variables, to model and solve problems

  • 11.B7 apply linear programming to find optimal solutions to decision-making problems

  • 11.B8 determine the following characteristics of the graph of a quadratic function:

    • 11.B8.1 vertex

    • 11.B8.2 domain and range

    • 11.B8.3 axis of symmetry

    • 11.B8.4 intercepts

11.C Students describe and compare everyday phenomena, using either direct or indirect measurement.

  • 11.C1 enlarge or reduce a dimensioned object, according to a specified scale

  • 11.C2 calculate maximum and minimum values, using tolerances, for lengths, areas, and volumes

  • 11.C3 solve problems involving percentage error when input variables are expressed with percentage errors

11.D Students collect, display, and analyse data to make predictions about a population.

  • 11.D1 extract information from given graphs of discrete or continuous data, using

    • 11.D1.1 time series

    • 11.D1.2 continuous data

    • 11.D1.3 contour lines

  • 11.D2 draw and validate inferences, including interpolations and extrapolations, from graphical and tabular data

  • 11.D3 design different ways of presenting data and analysing results, by focussing on the truthful display of data and the clarity of presentation

  • 11.D4 collect experimental data and use best-fit quadratic and exponential functions, to make predictions and solve problems